And God help America when our high priestess of chit chat, Oprah, wraps her long-running weep-fest later this year.
As for using Pollard as a chit, the question remains: for what?
As the New York primary drew closer, Mitt Romney had a chit in his pocket that he could cash in at the right moment.
I have been—it is I who am insulted and put to shame, in my own house, by a chit of a miss.
Thirdly, he had a son whom it would be a pity to entrust to a chit of a girl.
He soothed her, as none but he could, thinking exultantly: "What a power I have over this chit!"
Of course Mr. Ericson would not think of marrying a chit like that.
Think you these great gentlemen would write verses to a chit of a girl like you?
His lordship got plenty good stores, borrow some from him and give him chit.
But she had come in touch with Mrs Garten over a dhobi's chit and a recipe for pumelo gin.
"note," 1776, short for chitty, from Mahrati (Hindi) chitthi "letter, note," from Sanskrit chitra-s "distinctively marked" (cf. cheetah).
An impudent and spirited young woman: a saucy chit
[1640s+; origin uncertain]
A bill for food or drink, which one signs or initials instead of paying immediately
[1920s+; In the sense ''note,'' chit is attested from the 1780s; shortening of Anglo-Indian chitty, ''letter, note,'' fr Hindi]